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T-Mobile Garminfone Launching June 2nd?

UPDATE: The $599.99 Retail pricing shown in the image above reflects a third party retailer. We’re hearing that T-Mobile will be offering the Garminfone for $450 without a contract. Patiently waiting for the Garminfone (insert sarcasm)? Well, it looks like you won’t have to wait much longer. We already knew the Garminfone was coming sometime in June with a $200 price tag, and now we’ve got confirmation for the exact release date. T-Mobile’s … [read full article]

myTouch 3G Going Free In Preparation For Slide Launch?

With the myTouch Slide launch less than two weeks away, T-Mobile has gone and made the original myTouch 3G, the 3.5mm head jack edition available for the low price of…free! The original myTouch 3G, which as it turned out is the first in what is looking like a series of myTouch devices, launched to a whole lot of fanfare and a series of B-list celebrity commercials. Needless to say the device still … [read full article]

HTC “Vision” Coming To T-Mobile?

This little rumor is making the tech blog rounds today as yet another of unreleased HTC product names has made the inter-webs early thanks to the folks at Engadget. The HTC “Vision” being one of the codenames has three letters we always love seeing next to the name of an unreleased HTC phone, “Tmo.” Of course and we emphasize this fully that this could be a reference to any T-Mobile unit, not just the USA … [read full article]

Want More TmoNews?

If the above picture isn’t a throwback to the origins of TmoNews than I don’t know what is. Thanks to you, our readers we have grown from a small fan site to the premiere T-Mobile online news source. Its been a fantastic journey and one we hope to experience for a long long time but in the meantime, if you aren’t getting enough of TmoNews from the blog homepage we’ve got some other ways for … [read full article]

No Froyo for G1

Warning: if you are looking for good news, you should probably find a different post. It’s official, the G1 is basically dead, killed by Google themselves.  The first Android phone’s fate was decided during the fireside chat at Google IO today.  The Android team straight out said that the G1 will not see 2.2.  So, to all of those G1 users out there, you have two options.  Consider upgrading to the the[read full article]

HTC Says Your Soon To Be Purchased myTouch Slide Will Get Froyo

For those of you not following the Android train there have been some happenings in the Google world these past 24 hours over at Google IO. Of the many Google announcements, Froyo aka Android 2.2 aka the next iteration of the Android platform will be released in the coming weeks.  As expected in the Android world, there was instant uproar as to which devices would receive the update, which might and which certainly … [read full article]

MyTouch Slide Video Review Hits The Inter-Webs

While we imagine this is just the first in a series of video “reviews” we will be posting in the coming days, this video which is courtesy of Wirefly.com gives almost 13 minutes of MyTouch Slide goodness. Unfortunately, I’m stuck in a room where I can’t use any sound right now so if this video is not in English I wouldn’t be the wiser but I imagine some of you will spend the next … [read full article]

MyTouch 3G Slide Coming June 2nd

Mark your calendars, because June 2nd is the day.  The latest Android phone on T-mobile’s network is launching on June 2nd in T-Mobile stores with complete availability on June 16th.  The MyTouch 3G Slide will be available in black, white or red (not new) and will set you back $179.99 after $50.00 mail-in rebate with a two year service agreement and qualifying voice and data plan (SHOCKER!).  That isn’t what we heard it … [read full article]

T-Mobile Announces HSPA+ WebConnect Availability in New York City

T-Mobile formally announced the availability of the webConnect Rocket in New York City, Long Island and New Jersey. Providing HSPA+ speeds the webConnect Rocket is the first T-Mobile device to offer theoretical speeds of 21+ Mbps. Costing $50 after rebates the webConnect Rocket is an expensive way to get into the HSPA+ game especially with the specialized T-Mobile data plans currently offered. Phonescoop T-Mobile

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